It's rainbow of colours in the warehouse today as we get prepared for Christmas and also to see the colourful fruit baskets lining out worktops to be dispatched today.
The first fruit basket to go is the Get Well Fruit Basket for Him. It's going to Tom in Liverpool, sent by his friends and colleagues in Midlothian. They hope the hamper 'brings some cheer and gets you on the road to recovery.' D'aw, I'm sure it would. It's very difficult to be presented with a basket of vibrant fruit and not get smile spreading across your features. We hope you get well soon, Tom!
Next up, one of our really versatile flowering plant gift baskets, the Flowers To Say.
With a good mix of fruit, cheese, chocolates, baked items and a flowering plant to further bring some thougthfulness into the gift, this basket is fit for all occasions. It can be a thank you gift, a sympathy gift, a birthday gift, a get well gift and more. On this occasion, it's a sympathy gift to an address in Crowborough. Whilst we always ask for telephone numbers for all deliveries, the numbers are to assist with the delivery, we also make sure to check with the senders first before we phone any recipients of sympathy gifts. Rest assured, we understand the occasion and ensure that we always have the sender's permission before we contact the grieving.
Our last fruit basket is the Tropical Chocolate Fruit basket.
Wow! Look how vibrant it is! It's one of my favourite fruit baskets from our range, because the tropical fruit collection in it just adds this extra fun, cheery and almost exotic holiday factor to the basket. It's one that, when received, makes you feel like you're spoilt for choice as to which kind of fruit to have. Should you take the challenge of cutting up the pineapple? Savour the crunch of apples? Snack on the easy to pick at grapes? Or maybe dig into a kiwi fruit? I know the perfect solution! A fruit salad! Or a fruit platter! Or, just be bad and take a bite out of each thing.